Boston Terrier Puppy Born with Swimmer Puppy Syndrome Learns to Walk

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    A Boston Terrier named Mick was born with a born deflect called pectus excavatum, or “Swimmer Puppy Syndrome”.

    Swimmer Puppy Syndrome pups can’t stand, sit or walk because all four legs splay to the sides. Most are euthanazied because extensive therapy is needed to save their lives. The Mia Fondation, an organization based in Rochester, N.Y., USA gave him a chance at life with therapy sessions.

    Please watch and SHARE Mick’s story!

    After his therapy sessions, he can now stand, sit, walk, run and he shows almost no signs of the disability he was born with.

    Please share Mick’s story so that other puppies like him can have a chance at life.

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